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5P is in the screen cant switch the stich or length ect anything what does it mean?

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On google a SP error means the bobbin winding, so doudle check all you settings; hope this helps

Posted on Sep 13, 2010

  • mrdsj Sep 13, 2010

    Yes this was what the problem was the bobbin winding stem hadn't click over all the way. Thanks!

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